The Life Insurance Market
Consumers in the UK may begin to compare life insurance as a new report shows how the NHS will struggle to cope with the cuts it needs to make over the next four years.
The Commons Health Select Committee shows that government spending plans will push the NHS in England to its very limits.
The MPs sitting on the Committee say the plans outline the need for efficiency savings on an unprecedented scale, never before seen in the NHS or any other country in the world.
Cuts in certain departments are sure to weaken the service the NHS is able to offer, which is why many consumers could look to mitigate this when they compare life insurance.
Chair of the Committee, Steven Dorrell, says the four per cent required to be saved by the NHS every years – for a period of four years, is indeed a 'huge ask'.
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